Walk Hard File Order??

Discussion in 'AnyDVD HD (Blu-ray issues)' started by mick2006, Apr 9, 2008.

  1. mick2006

    mick2006 Well-Known Member

    I have ripped Walk Hard Blu Ray and am trying to figure out the file order with BDedit, but am coming up with 2 "files" that have the same number of pieces-0001 and 0002. This can't be correct since the theatrical version is 30 minutes shorter. Anyone know what's up?
  2. captain_video

    captain_video Well-Known Member

    I just tried ripping it yesterday but the disc was bad so I'm going to have to exchange it. I could rip the entire disc but it would always hang up on one .m2ts file (00026.m2ts?). I did notice that the main movie was split up into countless chunks so I feel your pain. I never got far enough to try BDEdit but I'm guessing you'll need to check the start and stop times of each clip to get all the ones you need.

    I usually don't screw around with rips that are foobarred that much and just play back the files from the folder. My BD player is installed in my main PC because I don't have enough room in my HTPC chassis for the drive. I rip the discs and then transfer them over to the HTPC for playback. Once I watch it I delete the files to make room for future disc rips. Since I don't keep the rips on my hard drive for long periods of time, I only shrink them when it makes sense to do so. It's just not worth my time and effort to mess with something like the Walk Hard disc. OTOH, if you ever do get it figured out, how about posting what you found? I'll take a stab at it when I get the replacement disc and let you know.
  3. mick2006

    mick2006 Well-Known Member

    If I remember correctly I used the 0001 playlist which contained 42 individual files and they were in order (0000-0041). I haven't gotten a chance to play the file back yet and see if it works, but I will give it a shot tonight and report back.
  4. mick2006

    mick2006 Well-Known Member

    I streamed the joined files together and what I get after demuxing the joined file with tsmuxer, and then running it through tsremux to turn the truehd track into just DD is a somewhat playable file-at points it "speeds up" when streamed to my PS3. I will try some other processes, but if anyone gets the joined files to stream properly to their ps3 or other media streamer please post your method.
  5. clareman

    clareman Well-Known Member

    have you tried tsMuxer (1.7.4) ....
  6. mick2006

    mick2006 Well-Known Member

    This is the version I used, so I am at a loss. Any suggestions? By the way, I have not changed any default settings in tsmuxer, should I set the framerate manually to 23.97, ect?